Service for hearing-impaired launched

“This inauguration reflects our objectives for assurance of active deployment of the centre’s services and its comprehensive reach to all groups of the society,” Mohammad Ali Al Qaed, eGA CEO, said. “We are proud of the achievements made today and the services offered by the centre, as it has so far launched 32 services, spanning the various needs of citizens, expatriates, and visitors of Bahrain. In the very near future, we will be announcing the activation of new host of services in addition to current services,” he said.

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